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EFor the same price next month they'll play
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. . The members of the Junior Civic League
were oat id force at mo uourmouso yesieraay.
Each one was given a badgo to wear end one
ami all will bustle for the good of the order.
It you were blindfolded 'twould be" hard to
''convince yon that "The Sign of the Cross" was
not being acted by a foil company of players In
stead of ooo James Francis O'Donnoll.
House and Sign ratotlDg. Satisfaction guaranteed.
LET UNCLE SAM
GIVE YOU THE FACTS
Government reports show the steady
output ot coal during tbo laBt few
years has made the dealers push for
wider markets, We are going to get
more trade your trade by giving
you a greater value lor your money.
You wlllnever get out ol debt unless
you buy wisely.
MAYSVILLE COAL CO.
P&" Csrtmell extracts teeth wlthont pain
Swat the Fly
Or, better still, don't let
him iu. lie's a menace to
your health and comfort. Let
us ecreen your bouBe for you.
We luve a splendid line ot
doors and windows; also,
crpen hv the van!.
Keep Your Lawn Pretty
A little care now will reap
wonders later on. Our Lawn
Mowers aro so easy that a
child con run them. You
will need, too, a Hake and
Hoe. Come in and let us
show you what a nice line of
garden nnd lawn toolswc carry
snma mMm wtdlsa mSmm Jhmmm
Sliced Boiled Ham, Sliced Dried Beef,
Sliced Breakfast Bacon, Stone's Silver Slice
Cake, Home-Grown Strawberries, Buster
Brown Bread, Kar-a-van Coffee and Fresh
Vegetables daily. ::::::::::
The Quality Grocer.
Masonic Temple Bldg.
J. C. CABLISH
OUK STOCK IS COMPLETE of Center Matched Floor
Iiik and neaded Celling. Nono bettor In tlio Stnto. Our prlco la low, quality
IiIrIi, and woKitarnntee full measure, a Squares Deal mid your Hatlnfnction.
It Is n plenuro for us to show you our stook, and to givo you a fit 1 1 valuo for
rvery dollar Invcstori with uh. For Farming Iuiplemciifa wo havo In stock
Dec ring Mowers, Hakes, Cultlvntora and Harrows. And don't forget when
you aro In tho market fur Lumber. Shingles, Laths, Doors, &o., to sco Mason
County' Foremost Lumbermen.
THE MASON LUMBER CO.
Cor. Limestone and Second Streets. 'Phone 519.
a. a. Mclaughlin. l. n. men an.
Ladies, have you seen the I
Wo can give you tho
names of some delighted
owners. Gomo in and let us
demonstrate its good points
to you. Either foot or water
Don't Forget That we are Headquarters for
EVERYTHING THE FARMER NEEDS!
And that we have a lino ot Buggies ot style, finish and price to fit
any taste and pocket book.
The Square Deal Man.
Ur. andUrs. W. R. Newell returned last
erenlng from their Eastern bridal trip. The
happy couple was Riven a warm and etthus
lattlo reception last night by the boys on their
arrival at their country Beat.
The little varmint found In a lunch of
ibaoanaa at Capronl'a has been tagged, claesl
iified and duly namsd:
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: "iiunme opossum t utaeipnyt Murma.)
Is merely a tropical mouee, but It Is a
aner In these parts and Is therefore a
Wuslorilay'a Battle, Dofeatina Mays-
villo 3 to 2
When Richmond wallzed onto tbo diamond
at Maysvllle yestorday the homo fanB chalked
up another winning In their mini1, for the home
!v'' team, bat there's where a mlatake was tallied,
as the roturna at the end read, Richmond 3,
Umpire Kane was 01T la a decision and this
3L8ve tbe game to Klcbmond. However, uis
li'Umps must have seen it that woy,
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Two-base Hits Comlogore, Flaber, Woodruff.
Sacrifice Hit Mack. Stolen Bases Fisher.
'i'Base on Balls On Sanford 5. 8trnck Out
jBy Ueyers 8, by Sanford C. taft on Bases
''Richmond 12, llaytvllle G. Double riaya
.Williams to Woodruff to Carmony. Passed
?BaIU WoodrufT. First Baso on Errors Mays
&I1I3. Hit by Pitcher By 'Sanford, Uuno.
;TIm 1J55. Umpire Kane. Attendance
A Phonomonal Feat
James Francis O'Donnell pi ay a the role of
eighteen cbaractsrs in "The Sign of tho Cross."
At a meeting of Limestone Lodge, No SG,
K. of P. last night the members of Uniform
Rank, under the good of the Order, In apprecia
tion of many courtesies extended, presented
Mr. Charlea UufT a handsome K. of P., watch
charm In token of esteem and good fellowship.
Although taken by surprise Mr. Hud in a few
well chosen words extended grateful thanks
for the beautiful gift.
NOVEL AND UNIQUE
DeliQhtful and Enjoyablo Affair
Merry Gathorinu Afloat on tho
tho Beautiful Ohio River
Dr. C. McGuire left yesterday morning for
Uorrlstown, Tenn., called there by the illness
ot bis sister.
Messrs. J. B. Doran sod W. R. Hull, tobacco
buyers of Weston, Mo , are guests of Mr. R.
R. Hull of this city.
Miss Elizabeth Peed of Fourth street has
returnod from Millerebu'g Female College
to spend her vacation with her mother.
Rose Alberta, the Infant daughter ot Mr;.
Emmltt Jump, died Wednesday morntog In
Cincinnati and was buried yesterday afternoon
at Riploy, Ohio. Mrs. Jump Is a nleco of
Mrs. W. A. Scbatzmann of Eiet Second street.
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Mr. Henry Milton Pyles of tbo county, who
has been attending Powhattan College at
Charleston, W. Vs., is home for tbe summer
Popular Maysvillo Girl This Even
ing Becomes tho Brido
of Wealthy Bostonian
Thursday afternoon tbe houseboat "Vif,"
ono of the most palatial crafts ot tho kind
afloat on tho Ohio river, was the econo of a
delightful social affair wtoa Mesdames II. A.
Oit and Ira Newoll entertained a number of
their friends with a social and G o'clock din
ner. Tbe metu was varied aod delectable
and fully enjoyod by the fortunate ones pres
ent. Last summer, houseboat parties wero all the
rage and this season tho fad promises to be
moro popular tbao evor. Among the number
who onjoyed Moidames Ort and Newell'o hos
pitality were, Miss Marshall, Mrs. Fred Thomas
Mrs. Charles Wetzel, Mrs. W. E. Stallcup,
Mrs. George Traxel, Mrs. W. A. Wood, Mrs.
James N. Child, Mis. John Walsh, Mrs. Sam
uel McNutt, Mrr. J. W. Lee, Mrs. Harry
Walib, Miss Newell, Mrs. William Davla and
Mrs. Henry Smith.
fBuster Brown Bread
F- -Antf all varieties of FRESH "V iETABLBS. Send us
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This t-voning at 8:30 o'clock, at the
Central Presbyterian Church, Rev. R. L. Benn,
tbe Pastor, officiating, Miss Marguorite Fitz
gerald, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. James W.
Fitzgerald ot East Second etroet, this city .will
become the wifo of Mr. William Clinton Allen
of Borton, Mass.
Tbo ceremony promisoi to be one of tho
most beautiful nuptial events ever seen io
this handsomo church edifice. A largo cumber
of invitations have been sent out to tbe rel
atives and friends of both the bride and
The maid of honor will be Mlia Loulao
Doniphan of Augusta, a cousin of the bride-to-be,
who will be gownod in pink messaline,
veiled with pink chiffon.
There will be olght brides-maids as follows:
Miss Elizabeth Barbour of Maysvllle, Miss
Ruth Mullikin, Natlck, Mass., both robed In
yellow messallne, veiled with yellow chiffon.
Miss Ellen Kirk, Maysvllle, Mies Constance
Walte, Brookline, Mass., nile green cblffon
Miss Ellen BhanVllo, May slick, Ky., Miss
Sallls Milton Hall, Maysvllle, lavender mes
sallne and chiffon.
Miss Marjorlo Wystt of Syracuso, N. Y.,aod
Mies Lncy R. Baldwin, Maysvllle, pale blue
Tbe groom's best man will bo Mr. John
Harbeson Fitzgerald, a brother of tbo bride
The brldo will be charmingly gowned In
soft white satin trimmed In lace and will
wear coral ornaments.
Tho ushers: Messrs. John Dudley Keith,
Houston Hall, Wloslow W. Ball, Harry T.
Mllds, Georgo Fitzgerald, Alex Parker and
Preston Parkor, all of Maysvillo, and Kenneth
Wilson, Fitcbbarg, Mass.
The church decorations and color scheme
will be greon and white; white peonies, jams
and Southern emilsx.
The bride's boquet III be a ahower of lib
lies of the valley.
Tbo maids of honor will carry rainbow
bouquets of sweot peas. Tho wedding march
from Lohengrin, "Call Me Thine Osrn," will
be sung by Miss Georgia Harbeson of
Augusta, aunt of the bride-to-be.
After tbo ceremony thero will be a nuptial
reception at tbo Fitzgerald home to the wed
The brida and groom will spend their honey
moon in their yacht cruising In the balmy
soas of lha West Indies.
Tbe bride la ona of Kentucky's charming
girls and Is a reoont graduate of Wellestey
College. , The groom comos of good, od
PurlUB.itock aod is a iclpd of pas of Boston's
Judgo Wbltaker had a class of faardecod evil
doers before blm yesterday afternoon and tbe
way he doaed out their medicine was about
right. They were arraigned on a disorderly
condact charge of tbe worst description.
Those drawiog prize packages wero Emma
Waddell, Lettle Johnson, El. Curry, K- N.
Jackson, William Grocn and Vaughn Brooks,
$25.50 each. Dollar Bill, like old dog tray,
was assessed $10 for being caught in bad company.
Waltor Greon of Maysvillo
Shnotist In the Stato
Yesterday at Lexington, Thomas H. Clay,
Jr., nt Paris, Ky., won tbo $400 Challenge
Cup at the tournament of the Kontucky Trap
Shooters' League defeating twenty-eight com
petitors and making a scoro of 95. Clay was
hard prcrasd by J. D. Gay, tho creek shot of
Pino Grove, who tied him In tbo first round,
but was defeated la tbe shoot off by tbe
scoro of 24 to 22 out of 25 birds.
The Kentucky Stato Championship Cup,
valued at $75. and which carries with It the
State Championship title, was won by W. G.
Groen of Maytv.lle, who splintered 05 targets
out of a possible 100, making the same score
that Mr. Clay did In winning .the Challenge
TO CUKE A COLD IN ONK DAY
Take LAXATIVF. 1IROMO Quinine Tableti
Drueeltts refund money tt It falls to ours. E. XV
QttOVK'S ilRo&ture Is on each box. 25a.
Allan's Interostina Address
at tho Courthouse
Mr. R. M, Alton, bead of the Pure Food Ex
porlment Station at Lexington spoko at tbe
Courthouse last night upon the subject ot
adulterants In foods. It was a most Interest
ing address throughout and Mr. Allen showed
that he was thoroughly conversant with his
subject. He gave a history of the fight
which resulted In legislation establishing pure
food laboratories and oqulpmont to test foods.
Ho had maps and chiMs of jellies, syrnps,
vanilla extracts and many other foods In com
mon use and explalnod the significance of tho
labels on the cans and bottlos. Ho made It
plain that great danger lay In consuming foods
proserved artificially. la all It was an address
well worth hoaring.
Now On I
Our Soda Fountain ha aliaken the Id eneis ot thn winter and has taken on
new me. wo nre reaay io serve you wiin nil tne rounluln drinks Mid mnny
now ones. We have Installed the very latest nlectrlu Icecream freezer, which
gives us the beat Icecream wo ever made. We aim to olTer a now drink euch
season. Our new ono this year la
It you like erape Juice It will appeal to you. Our lemon chocolate Is made
from thn true lemon. Vaiiltouten's chocolate used In our syrups. Our crushed
fruit sundaes are made from the true ftult.
M. F. WILLIAMS &
"Bio Drugstoro With
tho Llttlo Price."
' IBs Summer Specialties
Skeleton Blue Serge Coats. Pure Linen Crash and Duck Pants! Linen Suits,
handsomely tailored, floe for outing. White delicately striped Worsted Pants, ex
ceedingly dressy worn with dark coat.
Khaki pants 85 cents. Best values in the market.
All manners of Athletic Underwear. The B. V. D. among them.
In soft and dresB Shirts all your fancy can picture.
See our Telescope Panama Hats $4 and $5.
Our lino of Men's Host like always, the largest in town. Our 25 and 50c Silk
Hose command your investigation.
Agents for the Interwoven Hose, the best lisle hose in the market. 25, 35, and
50c. Norfolk Suits in all sizes, very popular, splendid for motoriDg and street wear.
HECHINGER & CO.
Maysvillo's Leading Ciothrng
MlfS Florence Robb of Helena was vlsltiog
In Maysvillo yesterday.
The little 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Groppenbachf r of Eist Second street,
who broko Uis arm several days ago while
playing, is mending slowly.
The report of the condition of Tbe Farm
ers' and Traders' Bank ot Maysvllle la pub
lished In Tub Ledger today. This Hank Is
rapidly going to the front and now shows re
sources of $233,693.19, a remarkably healthy
increase over two years ego. Tbe deposits
Mrs. W. F. Power of Aberdeen Is on tbo
sick list this week, a victim of measles.
Ohio's 1012 wheat harvest will be a failure
Not only Is the growing plant la a poor con
dition, but a largo acreage of the original
area seeded has boon abandoned.
Beauttiul designs. No two
parasols alike, you can count on
something distinctive. Colors to
harmonize perfectly with any cos
tume. Women's 75c to $2.
Children's 25c to $i.
"mm Lingerie WAISTS
Unusually attractive ideas aro shown in the trim
ming. Dainty combinations of lace and embroidery,
pretty touches of hand work. Besides batiste and lawn,
voile is proving one of the popular spring fabrics as it
washes and wears well. We have a beautiful line of
Waists for $1. Also some splendid bargains at $1.25
reduced from $2. And some very handsome 4 Shirt
waists we are closing out at $2j.
The appearance and comfort of
your hosiery are just as important as its
wearing quality. Low shoes and short
skirts make the dressing of the feet most
important. In buying hosiery for men,
women and children you combine every
needed quality if you get either of the two excellent brands
we sell at 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c. We have also a com
plete line of Women's Silk Stockings at 25c, 35c, 50c,
$1. up to i.
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this season are prettierand
more varied than ever. To
enumerate even a fractional part of our stock would be
wilder you. See it and then you'll appreciate the advant
age of choosing from such a variety. Every quality
from 5c to $1 yard.
T" W T T TSJT h "'"I""1 9 gi
Mrs. John Dlxson
guest ot Mrs. J. W.
ot Lowlsburg was tbo
Davis ot West Fourth
la the Democratic preferential primary In
Brown county Harmon had a plurality of five
votes over Wilson.
Mr. Virgil C. Robb of Helena left this week
to accept a position at Fort Meyers, Fla.
Joe Vanco who Is making good as a pitchor
for tho Maysvillo club spent a couple of
tbis week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
C. Vance. West Union (0.) Record.
Mrs. Eneas Myall Is quite III at her homo
West Third street.
Tbo Maysvllle Boat Club will meet at the
Elks' Home Tuesday, May 28th, at 7 p. m.
Members will pie as o take notice and attond.
George W. Ciiauoers, Commodore.
SATURDAY WILL BE
RED LETTER DAY.
$1 worth Stamps Free.
GLOBE STAMP GO.
WILL BE RED
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READ THE LIST OF SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY Jl."?
Farewell prices on Flow
ers. Choice ot all our Flowers,
rPcnrdlfiHB of valnp. lQp hnnnh.
Ono lot ot embroidered Vollo
Waists, worth $1.50. Saturday
Ono Jot "Boyal" 811k Waists,
slightly imperfect, $1.98, worth
up to ft.
White Bedspreads, extra elz?,
08c, worth $1,25.
Fans tor tho Misses l'rctty
Fans with a bracelet attached to
tit over tho wrist; white, bluo,
Torchon Linn, wpbpjbI ln. 5c.
Fancy Scarfs and Tablo Gov
era, new nrrlvtla, 2fio.
All-Leather Suit Oubo, extra
woll marin. $3 49.
llomnants from tbe "Koyal"
Bhirtwaiet Factory will bo found
on tho Remnant Tablo at ridicu
Men's Blue Amoskeag Cham
bray Shirts, soft link collars
with link, tho beat shirt made,
Men's Night Shirts, check
nainsook, low neck, no collars,
extra cool, GOc. '
Boys' Combination Union
Bizea 0 to 12.
Children's Amoskeag Cham
bray Rompers. 2Go.
KUUB Special values iu
Koom-Bixouna for Saturday.
It's Oxford weather now.
Bring us your feet Saturday
and see how easy we will fit
$1.25 to $5.
Blacks, whiteVfitno.' .
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